Les Villages du Bachat, Chamrousse

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Location - where is Les Villages du Bachat

· ski close to the doorstep · 10-15 minutes' walk from the Reception to Roche de Beranger shopping centre

Overview - apartment description - Les Villages du Bachat description

Located in Chamrousse 1700, Les Villages du Bachat - formerly known as Le Domaine d'Arselle - are apartments set amongst spruce trees and next to a green piste.

The apartments offer comfortable accommodation at excellent value, with the added benefit of an outdoor swimming pool and wellness centre with sauna, whirlpool and fitness room. All customers also benefit from a free lift pass.

Please note:

End-of-stay cleaning is included as standard, except for the kitchen areas.

Facilities - Les Villages du Bachat features

· wellnesss area with outdoor heated pool, Jacuzzi®, sauna and fitness room (open Sunday to Thursday from 3-7.30pm and Friday to Saturday from 5.30-8pm)

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All have a kitchenette with hot plates, fridge, microwave and dishwasher, bathroom with WC and balcony or terrace. End of stay cleaning bed linen, towels and local taxes included. Cots are available to hire for €12 per week, to be paid locally, request at time of booking.

Type C1 Studios - sleeps 1-4: Living area with double sofa bed. Bunk beds in alcove.

Type C Apartments - sleeps 1-4:
Living area with double sofa bed. Double or twin bedroom.

Type D Apartments - sleeps 1-5:
As Type C with additional single bed in an alcove.

Type E Apartments - sleeps 1-6:
As Type C with additional bunk beds in an alcove.

Type E1 Apartments - sleeps 1-6:
As Type C with an additional twin or double bedroom.

Self catering accommodation:
If it is your first time skiing then Chamrousse is an ideal choice, with a free lift pass, good quality apartments and gentle ski runs. For your first time self catering we have some helpful tips:
• Check-in is 5pm
• Bed linen and towels are provided,
• Extra charge for small mini-ovens can be hired locally
• TV included (French channels)
• Large groups may not be allocated apartments in the same block
• Cleaning included as standard

Meals - food and drink in Les Villages du Bachat

We update Les Villages du Bachat's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Chamrousse - about holidays in Chamrousse - about ski holidays in Chamrousse - about ski holidays in Chamrousse France

Beautiful scenery Former Olympic resort Near Grenoble

A cluster of three villages in a quiet spot of woodland above Grenoble, at the foot of the Belledonne mountains. Former host of the Winter Olympics, Chamrousse has some fantastic skiing for beginners and families - with a few gems thrown in for experts (this is where Jean-Claude Killy won his golds, after all).

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Non-skiers

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Snow History: December average depth 48.33cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Lyon / St Exupery120mins
Grenoble / St Geoirs40mins
Region:Alps, France
First opened:1952

Chamrousse lift pass price last reported as 160€ (6-day Adult). Ask for a quote when booking Les Villages du Bachat.
Night skiing: Yes
Chamrousse has W SW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1,700m
Top of slopes: 2255m
Bottom of piste: 1450m
Vertical drop: 805m
Total length of trails:90km
Longest piste:3.8km
At the top of the spectacular Belledonne massif and just 30km up from Grenoble, Chamrousse has marvellous sights of the city one side and fantastic vistas of the mountains on the other. It’s best known for having hosted the 1968 Winter Olympic Games where Jean-Claude Killy earned his place in snow-sporting history by winning 3 golds. Holidays are good value here and thanks to the resort’s proximity to Grenoble, travel isn’t much of a hassle either. The resort is split into 3 villages sometimes known by the...
Book beginner or improver lessons with local English-speaking instructors for a fantastic introduction to the area - lessons are available from both of the villages, practising on friendly nursery slopes kitted out with conveyor lifts and rope tows. The button lift from 1750 Roche Béranger accesses some of the best beginner runs in this area; ski the Perche and divert via the Variante de la Perche until you’ve built some confidence. Perchette and Grive are two nearby blues to progress on to and the Crête...
L'Iceberg Café in 1750 is an ideal place for après drinks – kick back after a day on the slopes and have a game of pool or lounge with a cocktail. L'Embuscade is a friendly bar - warm up and try the homemade mulled wine on their terrace and the K-Dox puts on themed evenings with concerts and live DJs for dancing a mix of music into the night. In terms of restaurants on the slopes, stop off at La Salinière for one of their tasty omelettes at lunch time. No French ski holiday is complete until you’ve had a ...

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